The Largest Toenail Fungus Treatment Center in the United States
Toenail Fungus treatment using our cutting edge FDA cleared Foot Laser can change your appearance and give you the confidence to expose your healthy feet again. Laser Nail Therapy Clinics offers you unmatched expertise in nail treatment, since we focus exclusively on Toenail Fungus Cure. Our experienced doctors have successfully treated thousands of patients who have suffered from Toenail Fungus using the FDA cleared PinPointe FootLaser.
Toenail Fungus infections are unsightly and embarrassing – the nail becomes yellow, thickened and hard to cut. Toenail fungus infection is very common; it affects about 15% of the U.S. population. Nail fungus infection can be very difficult to cure. Until recently, the most common treatment for toenail fungus involved pills that might cause liver toxicity and therefore require periodic blood tests. But several years of research gave birth to a much safer solution: The PinPointe Foot Laser. This safe, quick and painless nail fungus laser treatment has proven to be very effective in eliminating toenail fungus and fingernail fungus.
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Laser Nail Therapy Clinic specializes in fingernail and toenail fungus treatment- this is the only thing we do 12 hours a day, 7 days a week. We proudly serve California (Los Angeles, Orange County, San Diego, San Jose, San Francisco, Sacramento, Pasadena, San Fernando Valley, Palm Springs), Texas (Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, Austin), Florida (Miami Beach, Tampa, Jacksonville, Fort Lauderdale, Orlando), New York (Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, Long Island), New Jersey, Ohio (Columbus, Westlake, Cleveland), Arizona (Phoenix), Nevada (Las Vegas), Washington (Seattle), Illinois (Chicago), Canada (Montreal, Toronto). We recently opened locations in Boston, Philadelphia, Durham, St Louis, Virginia Beach and Atlanta. The doctors of Laser Nail Therapy offer state-of-the-art toenail fungus laser treatment, combined with first rate customer service. Laser Nail Therapy is the only Toenail Fungus Center that is open 7 days a week from 9am to 9pm, and staffed with customer representatives ready to answer your questions regarding nail therapy.
Pinpointe Foot Laser toenail-fungus-treatment is a real breakthrough, bringing new hope to millions of patients suffering from this problem. Our experienced foot doctors have successfully treated tens of thousands of patients with toenail fungus, in over 50 locations across the U.S. and Canada. Contact us if you would like to hear how our doctors can help treat your toenail fungus. Click here to learn more about Nail Fungus and Toenail Fungus Treatment Options
Nail Fungus and Treatment Options Explained
Nail fungus (Onychomycosis) is a fungal infection of the nail and/or nail bed. This should be differentiated from athlete’s foot or skin fungus in which the fungus infects the skin on the feet especially between the toes. About half of the nail disorders and nail abnormalities occur as a result of the fungal infection process. The infection is much more prevalent under sick or deformed toenails.
The nail infection is usually very persistent and the treatment is not simple. Toenail Fungus Infections may cause embarrassment and shame because of the ugly shape of the nails. Toenail Fungus signs include a thickened nail plate or nail bed, yellow discoloration of the nails, foot pain and bad foot odor caused by the fungal debris under the nail. The nails often become thick and fragile and can detach from the nail bed or the skin under the nail.
Nail fungus usually starts at the distal end of the fingernail or toenail. The infection then spreads to the proximal end of the nail toward the nail bed. The fungal infection then spreads to other toenails, but rarely infects all of them. Candida and Dermatophytes is the most common fungi causing nail infections. The combination of fungi and moist environment, such as sweat feet and moist shoes, can speed up the fungus growth. Individuals with weak immune systems such as diabetic patients or elderly people are more easily susceptible to toenail fungus. You can read here about Toenail Fungus Laser Treatment.
Toenail fungus is an a slow and infectious disease that typically begins by showing a yellow or white spot underneath the tip of the toenail or fingernail. As the fungus progresses, symptoms begin to worsen and may show in the form of nail thickening, becoming brittle and/or weak, discoloration, and crumbling of the nails. It is also common for some nails to appear infected and others adjacent not, however this does not necessarily mean that the ones that appear clear are not infected.
Dangers of Nail Fungus
Nail fungus infection causes your nails to look ugly, thick and yellow, but can also cause other more serious complications. Toenail fungus can cause foot pain, and this pain will only get worse when the infection spreads from one infected nail to the other. Another embarrassing symptom of toenail fungus is bad foot odor. Toenail fungus can result in unbearable foot smell resulting from fungi debris under the nail. The biggest danger is to infect the people you love. Fungus sheds from the nail and spreads all over your house. This fungus shedding can cause toenail infections to other members of your household.
For these reasons we recommend starting toenail fungus treatment as soon as possible. Our podiatrists diagnose and cure thousands of nail fungus patients every year. Contact us to learn about our toenail fungus laser treatment and how our doctors can help you get healthy, clear, fungus-free nails. Below are just a few of the common misconceptions involving nail fungus:
Top 5 Misconceptions About Toenail Fungus
1. “The fungus will go away on its own.” This is false. Nail fungus is not like a cold or flu symptom that can sometimes just dissipate on its own, it is an infection that gets worse and worse when left untreated. Furthermore, the fungus may spread to the skin and fingernails. Lastly, fungus weakens the nail bed and can cause the nail to fall off altogether.
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